Steve Peterson | Stupid Grin

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Stupid Grin

by Steve Peterson

This album Rocks! Quirky, hooky, progressive with surprises around every corner.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Watchtower Girl
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2. Rocky Glade
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3. Flippin' Off My Misery (feat. Rick Novito)
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4. She Won't Talk to Me
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5. I'm Too Tired
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6. Cry
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7. Stupid Grin
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8. 3000 Miles
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9. Old Man's Body
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10. Not Gonna Rock&roll (feat. Barry Curtis)
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Album Notes
This Is Steve Peterson's first solo release and is really different musically from the bands that he performs with. He's been The drummer for "The Kingsmen" (Louie Louie) since 1988, is a member of "The Daily Flash" and has performed with many other Seattle bands. This album shows the wide range of musical influences he's had and is full of surprises. Steve owns and operates "onthemound" recording studio where he has recorded and produced many Seattle area artists including the 1997 Grammy nominated Lucy Mongrel CD. Enjoy!


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John Hanford

Stupid Grin
I first heard the name of composer/drummer/vocalist/guitarist/producer/recording engineer/celebrated reconteur, Steve Peterson, being bantered about by the musical community in Seattle. In time, I heard him performing live with The Daily Flash, my favorite band from the Seattle area back in the 1960s. Peterson really brings a lot to the party with The Flash, so I was very anxious to get his first self-produced product as soon as it was available. It's gold! Every piece bespeaks a superlative musical imagination, and the recording and production quality is peerless. It's been my favorite CD for quite some time now.